Deck the Halls Synopsis
Neighbors in a New England town declare war over a preponderance of Christmas lights.
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Predictable but definately worth going

By Grasshopper
It will get you in the holiday spirit, even though the movie is somewhat predictable. Take the time....

Deck me in the balls

By Naked_movie_goer
I would rather get "decked in the balls" than see deck the halls....

Just okay!

By let'sgotothemovies
Cute movie but totally unrealistic and not in a good way. Too much far fetched things going on. The basic theme or message of friendship and neighborly behavior and gettting your priorities straight...

This movie was HORRIBLE! Don't waste your time

By jmelliott
This is one of the worst Christmas movies I have ever seen. It never got going... I sat there waiting for it to really start and it ended!...

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By homebuilder
DeVito & Broderick were a great combo. My kids and I all thought it was good, fun humor. Makes the holidays a little less serious. Enjoy your families and the holidays, they don't need to be...

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By 5stevens5
Movie was good, but thought it would be funnier - considering Danny DeVito and Matthew Broderick....

LOL

By Thepupinator
This movie is so funny I almost fell on the floor laughing! It is kinda innapropriate for childern under 10. But my friend and I give it 4 thumbs WAY up...

I should have had snacks

By cin-cin
Obviously someone needed a paycheck. I want my money and my time back. I should have had popcorn and chocolate with a blueberry slushy while watching this movie. But then this experience would have...

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By blazersfan
A little questionable for youngsters. Not as funny as I'd have hoped with DeVito, but still worth seeing during the holidays....

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By moviesmoviesmoves
A little over the top, it was cute for the kids, but wouldn't see it again funny...

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Rated PG | For some crude and suggestive humor, and for language
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